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Just returned from the Rodin exhibit at the Museum in Raleigh, North
Carolina. It was wonderful and worth the 7 hour-one way--drive from
Atlanta. About 120 of his pieces, some that were the first time out of
France--very crowded!!! As part of the exhibit, there was a video on the
lost wax process. Also, one of the brochures outlined the process,
unfortunately, they were out of the brochure.
I think in the textbook "Art in Focus" there is a chapter on the lost wax
technique or you might do a websearch on the topic.
>When I did lost wax casting....I poured this type of mixture into
>crucibles....I used a mixture that is manufactured for dental mold
>companies....try searching the web for lost wax casting...I'm sure you'll
>find someone more up to date on this process and use of the centrifugal
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